Yelp just released its list of Top 100 Places to Eat in 2024, and it’s feeding us (literally) with recommendations for noodles, tacos, soups, pizzas, pasta, burritos, bowls, ice creams, and so much more—from all over the country.
“This year, our huge, food-loving community reviewed and rated their faves from coast to coast, so you can find lots of new restaurants to love, whether you’re at home or on the road,” Yelp said in a press release. “There’s a place for every taste in 2024—and we’ve got 100 to choose from!”
The data science team at Yelp analyzed user submissions to thousands of top restaurants by ratings, number of reviews, and volume of submissions. They also got a bit of help from Yelp’s community managers to narrow it down to the final list: It's full of ramen shops, plant-based Latin food, and Korean fusion. Just three states accounted for 30% of this year’s rankings, with Arizona, Florida, and Texas providing their residents with the best restaurants in the country.
At Yelp, we’re seeing more and more diners inspired to seek out experiential and memorable dining experiences—while still embracing favorite comfort foods like noodles and pizzas," said Tara Lewis, Yelp's trend expert. «So it’s no surprise that vegan Mexican along with noodles are trending cuisines on this year’s list.»
James Beard Award-semifinalist Wendy Garcia is the owner and chef at the #1 restaurant: Tumerico, a vegetarian Mexican spot in Tucson, Arizona. Along with this year's accolade, its five-star reviews and loyal customers also earned it the #1 place on Yelp’s Top Southwest Restaurants list in 2023. Her other Tucson restaurant, La Chaiteria, landed at #68 on the list.
“When I opened Tumerico, I wanted people to try traditional
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If you’ve watched the cooking competition show Top Chef in the past decade, you’ve probably seen Kristen Kish. The Korean-born, Michigan-raised chef won her season in Seattle in 2012. Since then, she’s appeared regularly as a guest judge and, most recently, landed the role of Top Chef’s new host. Taking over for the original host, Padma Lakshmi, after 19 seasons, Kish has some big shoes to fill. But her long-running history with the hit reality series, along with starring on the celebrity cooking competition show Fast Foodies, and hosting cooking series such as Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend and Restaurants at the End of the World, for which she also serves as a producer, have her primed as a great new face of the show.
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I love growing interesting flavors in my garden and bringing them into the kitchen to cook with. That is why I added shiso to my seed list a couple of years ago. I first tried this fragrant herb in a restaurant in Western Canada (where I was also introduced to parsley root). It has a very distinct flavor and is very ornamental. Growing shiso from seed is pretty easy and if you let it go to seed in the fall, well, you won’t need to grow more next year.
With TikTok and Instagram churning out new micro-aesthetics fast enough to give you whiplash, the number of new design trends that popped up in our social media feeds throughout 2023 was seemingly endless. Unsurprisingly, not all of these trends were a hit among the professionals.
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